Bryan A. Corbett

Bryan A. Corbett

E-mail: bryan@iredelllawyers.com

Bryan Alan Corbett was born and raised in Statesville, North Carolina. He is married to Alexandria Brinkley Corbett, and the couple welcomed their first child, a son named Hudson Alexander Corbett, in September, 2015. Alexandria received a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and is a licensed North Carolina Real Estate Broker.

Bryan attended several different high schools in the Iredell County area, which afforded him the opportunity to meet more people in the community than most. He attended West Iredell and North Iredell, before graduating from Alexander Central. Upon graduation, he attended Western Carolina University on a baseball scholarship, graduating from WCU in 2009 with a Bachelor's Degree in Construction Management and a minor in Business Administration.

Work Experience

Bryan's hopes of pursuing a professional baseball career were dashed by shoulder surgery, and so immediately after graduating from Western Carolina, he moved to San Antonio, Texas, to work as a project superintendent at his father's construction company, traveling throughout the United States to build facilities for the United States armed forces. While living in San Antonio, Bryan became a Texas Certified Mold Consultant and Remediation Contractor and formed B.A.C. Environmental Consulting.

Law School

Bryan moved back to North Carolina in 2012 to pursue his dream of becoming an attorney. Toward that end, he attended Charlotte School of Law, graduating magna cum laude in 2015. During law school, he became intimately familiar with the inner-workings of courtrooms during his internships in the Iredell County District Attorney's Office, the Mecklenburg County District Attorney's Office, the United States Attorney's Office, and a private law firm located in Charlotte.

Never one to be outworked by a peer or colleague, Bryan not only graduated from law school with honors, but distinguished himself additionally by serving as Senior Executive Editor of the Charlotte Law Review, as a Charlotte School of Law Ambassador, and he frequently volunteered at the Charlotte Men's Shelter.

Bryan also sat on the executive board of the Phi Delta Phi Legal Honor Society, and was a member of the Moot Court Honor Board. Moreover, Bryan received the CALI Excellence for the Future Award in Legal Writing I, Legal Writing II, and Pre-Trial Litigation-Criminal Intensive.

Personal

When he is not working, Bryan enjoys the outdoors, golfing, and spending time with family and friends. He purposely chose an office location in the heart of the area in which he was born and raised, as he endeavors every day to help improve the quality of life for those in and around Statesville.

Bryan is proud of his ongoing effort to always maintain an atmosphere that encourages intimate and personal interaction with each client.

The core tenets of his practice are ethics and integrity. Above all else, he wants clients to know that he wholeheartedly cares both about their case and the quality of the representation he provides.